So it is our last day finally. The week was eventful with a trip to the Fistula Clinic, a healing service and the Donkey Sanctuary. Funnily enough it took a long while to pack – we have spread ourselves out over the weeks.
It has been a great experience and we have really enjoyed ourselves and hopefully left behind some good memories for the children, teachers and Dawit too. It is hard work for him I am sure, answering questions, sorting out our problems and making sure we are happy. This is on top of his usual pressing tasks. So a big thanks to him also.
However much we have enjoyed our experience in Ethiopia, we can’t help but feel excited about our next adventure in the Sudan!
Watch out for the next blog and if you have enjoyed reading this then feel free to look at my other blogs.
Here is the link to my blog about teaching in government Schools in The Sudan.
Our year teaching in government schools in the Republic of Georgia (former Soviet Union).
Walking the Camino Ingles – the English route of the Camino de Santiago de Compostella including details of our time walking the Camino Portuguese and Camino Frances.